Warsaw nightlife guide
Nightclubs, discos, clubs and bars
For exploring Warsaw (Warszawa) nightlife and hunt freebees the trendy clubs in Macowiezcka street are a must visit. One of the hot venues in this area is Mono Bar on Mazowiecka street 11a. This cool club is decorated with a seventies design, brown and green colours, big circles imprinted on the walls and retro sofas. The crowd in Mono Bar is hip and knows how to party which ensures a very lively and jumpy scene at weekends. The musical menu in Mono Bar is always very diverse with disco, funk and house blowing out from the speakers. In Platinium Club on Ludwika Waryńskiego street 9 you can see the bold and the beautiful of Warsaw mingling. One could easily think the name of this flashy club refers to the high number of gorgeous platinum blondes. With its trendy interior, latest electronic dance music, vibrant atmosphere and beautiful crowd the club can easily compete with the best clubs in other European capitals. Platinium Club is located in a former bank building and is very stylish decorated with glowing glass archways, underfloor lighting and lots of marble pillars. The club is huge with almost 1000 m2 of floorspace, including a raised dancefloor, three separated rooms, two bars, and a VIP room. The music in Platinium Club varies from room to room and includes cheesy pop as well as house beats where an enthusiastic crowd is bouncing to every weekend. Melodia is a restaurant by day and a club by night with an exclusive clientele and girls which can be real candy for the eye. A venue that is always filled up with beautiful local girls is Quo Vadis which is under the Palace Kulturi I Nauki, the highest building in Poland and called Stalin’s Finger since it was a gift of the Soviet dictator to Poland.